Psychedelic Band WEEED Debut New Song, ‘Rhythm on the Ground, Part 3’ and Announce New Album ‘Do You Fall?’

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updated: Jul 2, 2021


Portland hefty psychedelic band WEEED announces a new audio movie currently, for the song “Rhythm on the Ground, Portion 3” directed by Rodrigo Courtney and co-made by LEMAT and Hanna Katarina. Their seventh studio album Do You Tumble? is also co-introduced currently as a result of Halfshell Records of Seattle and 6 Tonnes De Chair out of France.

Look at Rhythm on the Floor, Part 3 In this article.

WEEED’s bassist Gabriel Seaver says, “‘Rhythm on the Floor, Portion 3‘ is the centerpiece of Do You Slide?. It is really about letting go and grounding ourselves in the natural procedures and cycles of existence, and the songs truly provide as medicine for our emotional transformation.”

Do You Drop? will not in good shape just one particular genre. Supported by the band’s historical past of sophisticated time signatures, vocal harmonies, and raw heaviness, the theme of falling is deeply tied to the context in which the tunes on this album came to be. The band sets apart bass for the initially time, relying on twin electric powered guitars, with hints of folk passing by way of hypnotic and energetic jams influenced by North and West African music and rhythms.

“The album comes at a definitely tough time for us, with John and I each dropping our moms inside of several months of each individual other,” suggests singer and guitarist Mitch Fosnaugh. “But seeing the new video come to life has been truly cathartic for us–it can be all about decline and grief, and it really is also about new enjoy. It is about far better knowing ourselves by allowing go. Getting the new music out and wondering about going back on tour, it is really what our mothers would have needed.”

Fashioned in 2008, WEEED was began by Gabriel Seaver, Mitch Fosnaugh and John Goodhue on Bainbridge Island, Washington. They are joined by Evan Franz on drums and Ian Hartley on percussion, and are a established of experimental musicians who make use of double drum sets, percussion, bass, guitar, flute, synthesizers, vocal harmony and ambient stay looping. Above their to start with a few albums, the trio developed their intricately crafted prolonged-kind doom steel, which they jokingly dubbed, “hippie metal”.

Having performed hundreds of shows throughout North The us, Mexico, and Europe, they’ve shared the stage with the likes of Earth, Om, Acid Moms Temple, Useless Meadow, Wand, Connan Mockasin, Kikagaku Moyo, and many many others.

Do You Tumble? is out there nowadays via Halfshell Documents and Six Tonnes De Chair in LP, CD, cassette, and digital. A confined “milky crystal clear orb” LP is also obtainable.

Do You Drop? tracklist

  1. Ontological Sign-up
  2. Moment to Moment
  3. Rhythm On The Floor
  4. Anicha
  5. a thing about possessing your toes in the river
  6. Reflection
  7. Sunshine Tune
  8. Path to Dhamma Khunja
  9. Rhythm On The Ground (pt. 3)

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